Hi, need to submit a 1500 words essay on the topic Port Development and Reform.Download file to see previous pages Appendix – 1 refers all the sources of Busan Port those are used to collect informati
Hi, need to submit a 1500 words essay on the topic Port Development and Reform.
Download file to see previous pagesAppendix – 1 refers all the sources of Busan Port those are used to collect information where as Appendix – 2 en-lists all the sources of Felixstowe Port. The paper is presented on request of Acedemia-Reaserch’s Customer on the topic ‘Port Development &. Reform’”
“Opened under the name of Busanpo in 1876” (BRMAPO, n.d, “Introduction”, ‘Status of port ‘) and “called Pusanpo during 10th to 14th centuries”, it “was a chiefdome of Jinhan in2nd and 3rd centuries AD”, (World Port Source, “Port Of Busan”, ‘Port History’, 2009), “Busan Port has developed into a modern port equipped with four ports, such as North Port, South Port, Gamcheon Port and Dadaepo Port, six container terminals and an international passenger terminal. It has constantly been upgraded since commencement of wharf construction in 1906.” (BRMAPO, n.d,”Introduction”,’Status of port ‘). Brief about its history (The “Settlement of japanese in port”, See Appendix – 1, 2009).
“Located in the South Eastern end of the South Korean peninsula (35 04′ 42″ north latitude, 129 01′ 01″ east longitude), Serving as a gateway between the Pacific Ocean and Eurasian Continent.”. “Surrounded by mountains and islands, So, water is still and the tidal difference is small. Adjacent to one of the world’s three arterial routes, Busan Port is equipped with naturally advantageous conditions.”. (BRMAPO, n.d, “Introduction”,’ Geographical Conditions’). “It’s boundaries start from the southern end of Sinmyeong in Myeong-dong of Jinhae-si through the southeastern end of Wudo Island, southwestern end of Yeondo Island, western end of Cheonsumal, Gadeokdo Island, southern end of Gadeokgo Island, Saedngdo Island, Oryukdo Island and 57m mountain top of Dongbaekseom Island in Haeundae into the southern end of Gwanganni Beach.” (BRMAPO, n.d, “Introduction”, ‘Port Boundaries’).